It’s terror time again!
Grab some popcorns, a couple of friends, and start getting into the mood of the scariest night of all year! Halloween is just around the corner, and there are so many things to do during this night – and the nights before! If you rather stay in with your closest friends and do a private scary party, this article is the best for you! Vintage Industrial Style ‘s Blog decided to travel back in time to give you the Top 5 Classic Horror Movies of all time!
We decided to start this off with the classic of the classics! How can we do a list with Halloween movies without this one? It’s impossible not to know this movie, even the youngest people! Psycho is an American Horror Movie from 1960, directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock.
The movie is about a beautiful girl, that after stealing money to marry her boyfriend, decided to spend a night in a hotel, due to the bad weather. However she could not imagine that a storm could be better than what she was about to experience in that creepy and mysterious hotel…
She met the owner of the hotel, an apparently nice gentleman, called Norman Bates. However we never know the true intentions of a person that we just met!
The bath scene! Probably the most well-known scene of all the horror movie industry!
This is another horror classic that everyone knows! The Exorcist is an American Supernatural Horror Movie from 1973, direct by William Friedkin and adapted by William Peter Blatty from his 1971 novel of the same name.
The mother of the twelve years old girl, started noticing that her girl was acting weird. Time passes by, and she came to the conclusion that she was being possessed! The mother asked for the help of the local priest, however the demon was so powerful that he had to ask help of a second priest to do the exorcism.
The stair scene is probably the most well-known scene of the entire movie! When the girls goes down the stairs backwards and moving her head like crazy!
If you have not seen this movie, write the name down, because you have to watch it this Halloween … and discover by yourself what truly happened with Emily Rose!
Dracula! Bram Stoker’s Dracula was a huge success of 1992, directed and produced by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker.
An American Gothic Film that told the story of a decision of the Catholic Church, at the 15th century. We can tell you that it wasn’t the best decision …
In that century, a man decided to do some changes to regenerate the catholic institution. When he died, the church prohibited to burry him in sacred land, and he came back from the dead to find his lover!
He would not rest until he found his true love … and the story is absolutely fascinating … and terrifying!
Well this movie has so many different movies, that you can choose which one you want to see! It was also a movie that many comedy films decided to do a parody!
The first Scream Movie is from 1997 and it was directed by Wes Craven and written by Kevin Williamson. Generally, the actors were not famous, and it told the story of a man with a mask that haunted a group of teens with a knife.
The little town of Woodsboro was never the same anymore!
It’s a wrap! And nothing better to close this list with the classic of Halloween’s nights! Halloween movie has several different movies, however you should start with the first one!
Halloween is a 1978 American Horror Movie, directed by John Carpenter, co-written with producer Debra Hill, and starring Donald Pleasence.
It tells the story of a maniac that returns to this birth city to continue the terror he began fifteen years ago!
We hope you enjoyed all our movie tips! Have a scary and ‘vintagy’ Halloween Night!
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